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Seneca County Museum

Seneca County Museum
28 Clay Street
419-447-5955

In 1853, life was simple and pure. Walk through the door of Tiffin's first millionaire's home, which is now the Seneca County Museum, and experience life as it was then. Tour the 18-room Greek Revival historic home which displays everything from the life of a millionaire to the beauty of Tiffin Glass and other fine treasures. Be sure to save a few minutes to take a step outside to view the carriage house with antique fire equipment and horse-drawn wagons.

The Seneca County Museum Mission Statement

Whereas: the mission of the Seneca County Museum is:

Our Museum is a powerful vehicle through which we can collect, preserve and interpret the history of Seneca County by caring for our heritage.  Through its collections, the Museum will provide visitors and the community with better understanding and appreciation of the history of Seneca County.

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